GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Livestock Death Statistics: Market Report & Data

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"In the summer of 2017, over a million livestock died as a result of severe drought in Mongolia."

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"Livestock loss to predation in the U.S. stands at more than 220,000 animals each year."

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"Wildfires in Australia in 2020 resulted in the death of over 100,000 livestock."

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"In 2018, extreme cold weather killed 1,600 livestock in Northern Mongolia."

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"For a 5-year period (2000-2004), the average number of sheep deaths due to predation annually was about 224,200 in the U.S."

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"In the U.S. 2.5 million cattle were lost to causes other than slaughter in 2015."

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"The British cattle industry lost 40,000 cattle to Bovine Tuberculosis in 2012 alone."

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"In France, over 19% of livestock death is due to digestive disorders."

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"In Nigeria, approximately 28.57% of livestock deaths are due to tsetse fly bites and African animal trypanosomiasis."

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"About 5% of livestock in India die annually due to various diseases."

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"In Portugal, parasitic gastroenteritis was the cause of 20.31% of deaths in young cattle."

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"In 2020, an estimated 7,000 livestock were lost in floods in Kenya."

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"In 2013, 45% of recorded equine deaths in the United Kingdom were due to colic."

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"In South Africa in 2015, droughts caused the deaths of 14,000 livestock."

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"In Nepal in 2015, foot-and-mouth disease resulted in a death rate of 1.1% in affected cattle."

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"Livestock diseases are responsible for 20% of losses in the livestock industry in Africa."

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